Well-Fed Scotland is turning out 1,500 meals a day for self-isolating and vulnerable groups.
The new NHS Scotland medical facility being created at the Scottish Events Campus (SEC) in Glasgow is to be called NHS Louisa Jordan.
Its biggest challenge now will be helping businesses severely impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.
A number of recent customers have been NHS staff or emergency workers.
Drivers say demand for the service has overtaken incoming donations for the first time.
The award-winning Finnieston restaurant was one of the first to close earlier this month as coronavirus took hold.
Eat Well relies heavily on surplus stock from supermarkets, which have themselves been struggling to fill shelves.
In these strange times it’s best to maintain a routine and discipline, which means still getting up and out before humans stir themselves.
The new vegan-vegetarian restaurant on Hyndland Street only opened at the beginning of March.
This week the restaurant on Great Western Road by Gartnavel Hospital hired a second pizza oven to keep up with demand.